COVID-19 Testing FAQs
Do I Need To Have Symptoms To Receive a Test?
While one doesn’t need to have present symptoms to get tested here, symptoms that may warrant a test include cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, fatigue, muscle ache, sore throat, headache, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, recent loss of taste or smell, or confusion.
Do I Need a Doctor’s Referral To Get a Test?
Our COVID-19 testing does not require an appointment or a doctor’s recommendation. Utah Family Pharmacy is allowing residents of Utah to safely and rapidly receive their results and react accordingly. Helping to slow the spread of the Virus by creating more obtainable testing for their community.
How Does The Testing Work?
Just arrive at one of our 3 locations, stay in your car and fill out a Rapid COVID-19 Test form linked above. After you fill out your form, give us a call and we will come out to you. The test will be administered while you remain in your car, and you will receive your results within 15 minutes by text or email.
How Effective is Our COVID-19 Test?
You’ve probably heard of the few cases of ineffective COVID-19 tests around the globe. Whether this ineffectiveness results from using a substandard test kit or wrong usage of the same, no one wishes to have an ineffective test run on them.
Like any other recommended testing procedure, our testing process includes both the antigen and antibody tests. We use different samples to land to a common goal of finding if the samples have the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
We use seamless and effective curbside COVID-19 testing with a promise of reliable results within ten minutes. The curbside testing process helps us understand your case better when administering the test and when offering treatment afterward if needed.
The good news is that you’ll have little or nothing to worry about if your test turns out positive. We will give you a free immune pack to get you started in your journey to recovery.
If you prefer monoclonal antibody treatment, we also offer this option in our Hurricane Family Pharmacy. Most of our patients prefer the monoclonal antibody treatment as it’s found to give more satisfactory results.
Initial clinical trials on the effectiveness of monoclonal drug treatment prove that they can reduce hospitalization and death cases linked to COVID-19 by about 70%.
Another good thing about monoclonal antibody treatment is that it reduces your risk of acquiring an infection by up to 80% when exposed to infected persons.